Capital Program Priorities Advisory Committee

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  • John E. Adams, Member
    Organization: Town Treasurer
    Affiliation: R
  • William J. Kennedy, Member
    Organization: BOF
    Affiliation: D
  • Mark C. Neumann, Member
    Organization: BOS
    Affiliation: R
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  • Michael B. Guarco, Jr.Ex-officio Member
    Organization: BOF
    Affiliation: R
  • Erica P. RobertsonEx-officio Member
    Organization: Town Manager
    Affiliation: R
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  • Jordan E. GrossmanEx-officio Member
    Organization: Superintendent of Schools


CPPAC Mission Statement

  • Develop a definition of Capital Project Improvements;
  • Develop criteria that will be used for prioritizing Capital Project Improvements; and,
  • Recommend a 5-year rolling Capital Project Improvement Program/Financial Plan (capital and operating) to the Board of Selectmen annually per the established calendar.

Capital Project Improvement Definition

  • A capital project or improvement, and therefore an item to be considered by CPPAC, is defined as:
  • "Any new or expanded physical facility, land, or equipment costing in excess of $150,000. Preliminary studies, surveys, or other professional services related to the project should be conveyed to CPPAC for information purposes."